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Javed Akhtar schools netizens on Hindi, trolls hound him

SNS | New Delhi |

Bollywood lyricist and scriptwriter Javed Akhtar decided to give out a Hindi lesson on Twitter. Stating that usually, people say ‘Kripya karke’ which is wrong and went on to write ‘correct Hindi is either “ kripa karke” or only “ kripya”.

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He took to Twitter and pointed out the difference as he wrote, “Why do so many people say ‘Kripya karke’ it is wrong . Correct Hindi is either “ kripa karke” or only “ kripya” which means kripa karke.”

This harmless tweet attracted some unnecessary trolls who called out Javed Akhtar. Look how Tweeple reacted:

The 73-year-old writer did not hold back and even replied to the ones who tried to slam him. Here is how he tackled the trolls.

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However, this is not the first time Javed Akhtar was targetted by the trolls on social media. Earlier, he sparked a debate by opposing the use of loudspeakers in mosques. Last year, singer Sonu Nigam faced a backlash for voicing his opinion on the same issue.